Our thought leaders Eugene Lee, EVP, Managing Director and Justin Freid, SVP, Search Engine Marketing and Emerging Media are quoted in this WPP-produced thought piece on the annual forward-focused gathering of creative minds at SXSW. AI, Chat Bots, Ending Cancer, Women’s Health, and HealthTech were the major themes of the conference. Download to read more about the event and our team’s takeaways.
As multimedia advertising continues to advance, Google recently launched a new format to target users at the start of YouTube videos, similar to pre-roll ads. Bumper ads are 6 second videos which provide reach and have been shown to drive greater brand recall in a mobile-first world. Per Google’s studies on the effectiveness of bumper ads, they drove 30% higher ad recall than in-stream ads.
Knowledge and usage of podcasts, especially among consumer audiences, has continued to grow, yet sponsorship opportunities for healthcare brands remain limited. As partners begin to integrate ad options into their platforms, brands should consider these programs to deliver messaging to engaged audiences and benefit from the strong relationships podcast hosts have cultivated with their followers. This Whitepaper will review podcast consumption habits and the options available to pharma brands to incorporate this into their future media mix.
What if we could make a smarter investment by continuing to engage physicians who have shown interest in our content? Now, we can! This is known as Triggered Messaging.
Since Google’s inception, its goal has been to provide visitors with the most relevant website content, best answering posed or queries searched. Learn more about the evolution of the Google algorithm by clicking "Download" below.
Jacki LaBoy Analyst, Social Media Background Facebook is expanding onto the home screen of its instant messaging app, Messenger. This new placement allows advertisers to reach customers in their Messenger inbox, in between their most recent conversations with friends, bots, and brands. Ads in Messenger is managed along with Facebook’s Newsfeed and Right Column ad […]
The diabetes journey touches many people in many ways, from patient to caregiver to healthcare professional. In a new whitepaper collaboration by CMI/Compas and Endocrine Today, that journey is explored to show how pharma can support.
Digital advertising in the HCP space typically consists of developing standard HTML5 banners with one or two calls to action to drive the viewer to additional information. Other banners, such as expandable banners, can be more interactive, exposing the viewer to more content for deeper engagement. But what if your digital banner message could render differently in real time? Changing the message to be as specific and informative to the viewer at the right place at the right time? What if this kind of technology existed, changing the future of audience targeting?
Fraudulent advertising behaviors are becoming more prevalent, costing advertisers millions of dollars a month in wasted ad impressions and clicks. In this CMI/Compas whitepaper, our experts explain what you need to know about digital ad verification and what CMI/Compas is doing to address the challenges of viewability, placement verification, and fraudulent activity.
Today, 1 out of every 5 searches is a voice search. Yet, many brands are not set up to take advantage of the rising growth in voice search. Thankfully there are a set of optimization efforts that can be implemented to put your brand in the forefront and capture the real estate across all forms of voice search.
Engagement opportunities exist at the point of care with unique, viable ways to drive audience engagement and conversation between patients, prescribers, and pharmacists. This infographic discusses the multiple opportunities for delivering brand messages at the point of care and is authored by the CMI/Compas team of Phil Turicik, Senior Campaign Analyst; Jana Truax, Supervisor, Media; Chelsea Tilghman, Search Analyst; Kyle Cooper Media Planner, and Julia Benson, Associate Media Planner.
As the digital age evolves, and technology becomes more influential, security becomes a top priority for users. Exploring the web safely is top of mind for a lot people, especially as they become accustomed to sharing sensitive information. Google understands this need and how it applies to users who depend on natural search listings to find information online. That is why in August of 2014, Google announced that it would be adding site encryption status as a SEO ranking signal to its complex algorithm. This means that it would favor HTTPS sites over their HTTP counterparts.